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    Red Apple Guy
    Fri Nov 23, 2012 1:53 pm
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    Cute kid. Great looking whole wheat and honey rolls, Joe.
    Red
    CarrolJ
    Fri Nov 23, 2012 4:51 pm
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    I guess I should admit that I did bake some stuffing for our dinner yesterday. DSIL loves 'Stovetop Stuffing', which I think just tastes like pure salt.

    So I made an abbreviated recipe of the kind of homemade stuffing I've made for years. I had never made stuffing without it being inside of meat before that I liked.

    This time I did two things different. I cooked a 1 pound pkg of regular Jimmy Dean Sausage and added it to the bread, veggies, and spices. Then I sprayed oil inside a large Pyrex bowl and covered it with tinfoil. I baked it for 1 1/2 hours at 350 degrees in my Convection Oven. I left it covered and let it sit inside the Microwave/Convection Oven until the family called 'dinner'.

    It was fabulous in texture, moistness, and flavors.

    Note* I used Jimmy Dean sausage because it seems so much leaner than others and has a great flavor.

    So we ate 2 kinds of stuffings...well most of us did.
    Red Apple Guy
    Fri Nov 23, 2012 8:58 pm
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    Stuffing with sausage....sounds good to me.
    Red
    CarrolJ
    Sat Nov 24, 2012 10:50 am
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    I must have Thanksgiving jet lag...not that I flew anywhere. It's just how I feel today. I have a lot to do and absolutely no energy to do it. Anyone else feel the same?

    Yesterday the DGKids decorated their liivng room and put up the tree. The Christmas before we moved here, DH and I bought one of those trees that already have the lights attached. We gave it to DD & family this year. It is nice to see a big tree up and decorated. DSIL spent much of yesterday decorating the outside of the house. I can see the lights through the window which is across from my lift chair. It looks so pretty!

    When I had full mobility I always decorated the inside of the house with everything I could find. After over 50 years of marriage we accumulated lots of decorations.

    My living room is too small for much decorating. But I will at least put up a 3 ft tree in here and a few pretties. (Last year the youngest DGD's decorated the tree for me.)

    Now...what should I cook and bake today? Has anyone ever baked pork loin stuffed with previously cooked stuffing? Might really be good...or would it not add a bit of moistness to the pork? Any suggestions? It's supposed to be cold today. What sounds good to me would be a big bowl of vegetable beef and barley soup with a loaf of baked bread. Hmmm. Perhaps if I get some energy soon I could do both.

    We always eat Sunday dinner after church with the rest of the family...but the soup and bread would make a nice easy meal for the evening.
    pammyowl
    Sat Nov 24, 2012 11:06 am
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    Nope, never made it with precooked dressing, but I see no reason why it wouldn't work. Perhaps a touch of stock to refresh it.
    Soup and crusty bread sounds so good right now! I may have to make that myself! icon_biggrin.gif
    CarrolJ
    Sat Nov 24, 2012 12:11 pm
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    Well I finally got tomorrow's church bulletin designed so now I feel less guilty for feeling so blah and lazy.

    Hi Pammy...are you wore out from PAC? I always enjoy playing it but sure get tired near the end. I get too enthusiastic when it comes to adopting.
    pammyowl
    Sat Nov 24, 2012 12:23 pm
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    You have every right to feel blah and lazy, Carol! You have done a remarkable job considering you bad back! Yes, I'm happy PAC is over, but it was such fun! icon_biggrin.gif
    CarrolJ
    Sat Nov 24, 2012 2:48 pm
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    pammyowl wrote:
    You have every right to feel blah and lazy, Carol! You have done a remarkable job considering you bad back! Yes, I'm happy PAC is over, but it was such fun! icon_biggrin.gif


    You did a great job as well. You probably adopted as many babies as I did.

    I didn't realize you were a bread nut too! It's strange how I had to get over 50 before I found out how much pleasure can be derived from baking bread.

    Of course I use my bread machine to mix and knead...but then shape it and bake it outside of the machine.

    I think the bread machine is one of the greatest appliances ever invented. I could never knead the dough as much as it needs by hand. One of those parts of the old bod that just don't work correctly...LOL!

    To me I get the same gratification of making bread that I used to get from gardening veggies. I would love to do it again but DH won't build me raised beds. With my electric cart I could still garden if he would. Such is life I guess.
    duonyte
    Sat Nov 24, 2012 3:51 pm
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    Carroll, what about some container gardening? If you get big tubs, the top of them is pretty high up. I get tomatoes before anyone in the neighborhood as I plant them in tubs that can be dragged into the garage or easily covered in early spring Small growing varieties work best Also for herbs. lettuce, etc.

    Fresh herbs mixed into butter or cream cheese make such wonderful spreads for our wonderful breads.
    CarrolJ
    Sat Nov 24, 2012 4:30 pm
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    duonyte wrote:
    Carroll, what about some container gardening? If you get big tubs, the top of them is pretty high up. I get tomatoes before anyone in the neighborhood as I plant them in tubs that can be dragged into the garage or easily covered in early spring Small growing varieties work best Also for herbs. lettuce, etc.

    Fresh herbs mixed into butter or cream cheese make such wonderful spreads for our wonderful breads.


    Great idea if I were fit. DH hates gardening so it would be difficult at best. I have difficulty standing for more than 30-60 seconds. I walk to the bathroom and bedroom with a cane but that's about all I can handle.

    When DH was a kid his dad would plant an acre of vegetables. That was the end of the work that his dad did. Once the seeds were in the ground, he never touched it except to eat the food which was produced. DH and his 2 younger sisters had to do everything else, including hand carrying water to the plants since that was the only way to water them.

    There were a few years that I had a nice small garden. Like his father once the ground was tilled...that was all he would do. I loved the garden...and the produce. I even weeded it sitting on the ground for several years since that was the only way I could do it. When I could no longer get up from the ground DH declared, "your gardening is over".
    Bonnie G #2
    Sun Nov 25, 2012 10:35 am
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    Grrrr, don't know if it's my machine or this site but I'm sure having trouble with this site, loosing posts, and having to constantly refresh to stay on a page.

    I love my garden, but the last few years it's really gone down hill as I just could not maintain it with my back problems. Since my surgery I'm doing so much better and working on getting it back in shape for this Spring - even hoping to get a green house to extend the growing season.

    For thanksgiving I made Brown and Serve Rolls (ABM) first time I've ever made them in the ABM and they turned out great, light and fluffy and disappeared fast


    Then for dessert, to go along w/pie Snickerdoodle Ice Cream (For Ice Cream Maker) oh sooooo good
    pammyowl
    Sun Nov 25, 2012 10:43 am
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    I made these, they were very good! | Chocolate Chip and Walnut Banana Bread Muffins

    I saved that roll recipe, Bonnie, will make it soon!
    CarrolJ
    Sun Nov 25, 2012 2:03 pm
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    Bonnie G #2 wrote:
    Grrrr, don't know if it's my machine or this site but I'm sure having trouble with this site, loosing posts, and having to constantly refresh to stay on a page.

    I love my garden, but the last few years it's really gone down hill as I just could not maintain it with my back problems. Since my surgery I'm doing so much better and working on getting it back in shape for this Spring - even hoping to get a green house to extend the growing season.

    For thanksgiving I made Brown and Serve Rolls (ABM) first time I've ever made them in the ABM and they turned out great, light and fluffy and disappeared fast


    Then for dessert, to go along w/pie Snickerdoodle Ice Cream (For Ice Cream Maker) oh sooooo good


    llooks awesome! You mentioned your garden...does this mean you won't be going back to Trinidad? I watched a 'House Hunters International' last night which was about Trinidad. Gorgeous island!
    Bonnie G #2
    Mon Nov 26, 2012 8:30 am
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    CarrolJ wrote:
    Bonnie G #2 wrote:
    Grrrr, don't know if it's my machine or this site but I'm sure having trouble with this site, loosing posts, and having to constantly refresh to stay on a page.

    I love my garden, but the last few years it's really gone down hill as I just could not maintain it with my back problems. Since my surgery I'm doing so much better and working on getting it back in shape for this Spring - even hoping to get a green house to extend the growing season.

    For thanksgiving I made Brown and Serve Rolls (ABM) first time I've ever made them in the ABM and they turned out great, light and fluffy and disappeared fast


    Then for dessert, to go along w/pie Snickerdoodle Ice Cream (For Ice Cream Maker) oh sooooo good


    llooks awesome! You mentioned your garden...does this mean you won't be going back to Trinidad? I watched a 'House Hunters International' last night which was about Trinidad. Gorgeous island!


    Yes, returning to Triniad next week. But I'll be home the end of March to get Spring and possibly summer work done which includes the garden. Wish I'd seen the House Hunters, it would have been fun. It is a lovely place, but as DH is considering (goes back and forth) about retirement, just never know how long we'll be there. Don't think it'll be much longer than another year though.
    tasb
    Wed Nov 28, 2012 10:45 pm
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    Tore apart my house this morning looking for a Chocolate Chip Cookie recipe I had stole from my former workplace. I wrote it on a small order sheet the last week I worked there. I finally found it on my desk. I ended up making them for the kids for snack today. My grocery company messed up and sent me 1 kg bananas instead of 1 case, I was so ticked that I cancelled the order for them and decided to bake this week. Now I have co-workers asking me what is wrong with me, I never bake cookies for snack and threatening to start cancelling my fruit orders. icon_lol.gif I ended up making 19 1/2 dozen cookies.
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